International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering
Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2015, Pages: 129-145
Received: Feb. 13, 2015;
Accepted: Mar. 1, 2015;
Published: May 12, 2015
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Brahim Menacer, Aeronautics and Systems Propelling Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sciences and the Technology of Oran, L.P 1505 El -Menaouer, Oran, Algeria
Mostefa Bouchetara, Aeronautics and Systems Propelling Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sciences and the Technology of Oran, L.P 1505 El -Menaouer, Oran, Algeria
The increase in fuel price is constraining car manufacturers to produce highly efficient engines with more regulations in terms of pollutant emissions. The increasing complexity of modern engines has rendered the prototyping phase long and expensive. This is where engine modeling becomes in the recent years extremely useful and can be used as an indispensable tool when developing new engine concepts. This study deals with the numerical simulation and performance prediction of a turbocharged diesel engine with direct injection. To predict the engine performances, we developed a computer program for simulating the operation of a turbocharged diesel engine, and used the commercial GT-Power software to validate the simulation results. In this work we carried out a comparative study of indicated mean effective pressure, mean effective pressure, power, torque and brake specific fuel consumption obtained by the analytical model for thermodynamic cycle simulation of a turbocharged diesel engine with the computer program developed in the language FORTRAN and those with the GT-Power software. The language FORTRAN program developed is currently used in the course of modeling and simulation of engine performance.
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